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Leading the Fight to treat and cure
Tay-Sachs, Canavan and related diseases

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    Contribute to one of NTSAD's Family or Restricted Funds listed below, supporting our mission with research and family support.
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  • Help find a cure and give care for families with a gift today. Make your online donation using a credit card, debit card or PayPal.
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    By Phone or Check

    Call us or give by check payable to NTSAD, 2001 Beacon Street, Suite 204, Boston, MA 02135. We're open Monday through Friday, 9am to 5pm EST (617) 277-4463
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    Additional Giving

    Contact Joan Lawrence (617) 277-4463 for estate and stock gifts. Ask your employer about matching gifts. Federal employees use NTSAD CFC #11528

Family & Restricted Funds

  • Benjamin Baker Family Fund

    The Benjamin Baker Family Fund, a restricted fund within NTSAD, was established by Wendy and Chris Baker in memory of their son, Ben, who lost his battle with Tay-Sachs in Read More
  • Benton's Family Assistance Fund

    Ian and Marie Auerbach established Benton's Family Assistance Fund within NTSAD to honor their son, Benton, who passed away from Tay-Sachs in January, 2012, at the age of 3. They Read More
  • Emily Lynn Jones Memorial Fund

    The Emily Lynn Jones Memorial Fund is a restricted fund within NTSAD. It was established by Emily's grandparents, Barbara and Robert Porter. Emily passed away in 2001 from Tay-Sachs. This Read More
  • Evan Lee Ungerleider Fund

    The Evan Lee Ungerleider Fund is a restricted fund within NTSAD. The fund was established by Shari and Jeff Ungerleider in honor of their son, Evan, who succumbed to Tay-Sachs Read More
  • Handwerker-Heringer Fund for Research

    With its roots as an elementary school community service project in 2005, the Handwerker-Heringer families have continued their mission to support cutting-edge research to help wipe out rare genetic diseases. Read More
  • Harry Hoffman Fund

    The Harry Hoffman Fund is a restricted fund within NTSAD. It was established by Sharon and Steven Hoffman in memory of their son, Harry, who lost his battle with Tay-Sachs Read More
  • Jeffrey Alan and Stanley Gottlieb Memorial Scholarship Fund

    After experiencing both love and loss, Judy Gottlieb has chosen to move forward in her life by showing love. From caring and concern for her own family, she has decided Read More
  • Katie & Allie Buryk Research Fund

    It has been eight years since I began trying to find out what’s wrong. I first noticed in college I had trouble climbing stairs. Since then my leg muscles have Read More
  • Maanas Memorial Fund

    The Maanas Memorial Fund will raise funds to help NTSAD lead the fight to treat and cure Sandhoff, Tay-Sachs, GM-1 and Canavan diseases. We remember it all like it was Read More
  • Marion Yanovsky Research & Education Fund

    Marion Yanovsky Research & Education Fund, a restricted fund within NTSAD, was established by NTSAD in honor of Marion Yanovsky's years of selfless dedication to NTSAD's mission to lead the Read More
  • Mollie Margolis Fund

    Mollie Margolis Fund is a restricted fund within NTSAD. It was established by Meredith and Jim Margolis in memory of their daughter, Mollie. Mollie passed away frm Tay-Sachs in 1991. Read More
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Your Gift Helps

Based on FY2013 (July 1, 2012 - June 30, 2013) audited statements.

To see complete financial statements, click here.

 

Additional Giving

Matching Gifts

Ask your employer about a matching gift program to double the impact. Federal employees may use NTSAD's CFC #11528

A Gift of Stock

It is easy for NTSAD to facilitate a gift of stock. Contact Joan Lawrence (617) 277-4463.

Estate Gifts

Invest in NTSAD's mission through your estate planning. Contact Joan Lawrence (617) 277-4463.

 

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